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Ellen Frances Murson

August 28, 1934 - March 9, 2014
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Ellen Frances Murson, 79, of Warwick, MD, passed away March 9, 2014 at Union Hospital. Born in Wilmington, DE on August 28, 1934, Ellen was the daughter of the late Charles and Elizabeth Sutter McLaughlin. She worked for W.L. Gore for 12 years and retired from there in 1985. She was also the owner ofContinue Reading

JOE BACON left a message on March 13, 2014:
Sueellen, You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.. Even though I never met your mom, when i look at her picture I'm reminded of you. I hope you're finding peace and lots of great memories. Love Joe and Kelly Bacon.
Edward & Wally Mckeown left a message on March 12, 2014:
Suellen & Family so sorry about your mom, wally and I have so many memories of your mom. We remember she was loved by so many. I remember when we would come over to your grandmothers and we would see your mom she was always a happy lady. She would go of her way to help others. She never met a stranger and always ready to help the veterans, she had a big heart and loved you and her family. She is now in the hands of god but her memories will always be in our hearts.we are praying for you. God bless
Shirley Manning Worrilow left a message on March 11, 2014:
Ellen I will miss you. You were both my boss and my friend. You talked me into going out with John and attended our wedding 3 years later. You were so happy because of your matchmaking. And 21 years later we r still together when others thought we wouldn't last you never gave up faith. You were excited when first Kate, then Dilan came along. I kept ur secret to your wanted crab cakes even though you left out some things. The laughter we shared at the bar, during hunting season, pool games and shuffleboard will stay in my heart. I fondly remember when the doctor said my cholesterol was high and I had to watch my diet, I would order something at work to eat and it would always come out tuna and a salad. Never what I ordered. I was just thinking of you and Kenny. We just moved down by the Full Moon. I will miss you my friend. Thanks for the good times, your friendship and advice and for teaching me so much. I love you Ellen.
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